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Routledge Celebrates Black History Month

Routledge is proud to celebrate Black History month through the research we publish.

In honor of the month, we’ve collected a range of articles from across our portfolio highlighting diversity and culture. 

We are also excited to announce the launch of Black Histories: Dialogues, a new journal starting in 2023. This new journal takes a multi-disciplinary approach within historical studies, including the social, intellectual, economic, political, and financial. It aims to showcase original research around intersectional themes such as race, class, gender, and identity as well as focusing on economic and/or socio-political issues within a historical framework. The journal seeks to encourage studies of Black Britain and the wider African diaspora as well as continental African societies, through a lens that will foreground complex and multi-layered themes through critical analyses.  Please continue to check back with this journal as it continues to develop.

This collection is free to access, share, and cite until the end of 2022.

Article Title Author(s) Journal
Black Lives Matter 2014–2020: celebrity flashpoints and iconic images Hannah Hamad Celebrity Studies
Queer Home-Making and Black Britain: Claiming, Ageing, Living Caroline Koegler Interventions
Is Oral History White? The Civil Rights Movement in Baltimore, an Oral History Project from 1976, and Best Practices Today Holly Werner-Thomas The Oral History Review
Reading and Witnessing Cage by Jade Montserrat and Webb-Ellis Alexandra Moore Art Journal
Decolonizing Art and Empire Charlene Villaseñor Black & Tim Barringer The Art Bulletin
How far did the toppling of the Colston statue in 2020 impact upon primary history subject-leaders’ curriculum decision-making in North-West England? Ailsa Fidler Education 3-13
Decoding “decoloniality” in the academy: tensions and challenges in “decolonising” as a “new” language and praxis in British history and geography Rohini Rai & Karis Campion Ethnic and Racial Studies
How, still, is the Black Caribbean child made educationally subnormal in the English school system? Derron Wallace & Remi Joseph-Salisbury Ethnic and Racial Studies
The politics of museal hospitality: Sonia Boyce’s neo-Victorian takeover in Six Acts Felipe Espinoza Garrido & Ana Cristina Mendes European Journal of English Studies
On Decolonisation and the University Priyamvada Gopal Textual Practice
Leave to Speak: White Scholars, “Allyship”, and Shakespeare Studies Harry R. McCarthy Shakespeare
Grenfell, Race, Remembrance Claire Launchbury Wasafiri
Identifying and Transforming Racism in Museum Education Marit Dewhurst & Keonna Hendrick Journal of Museum Education
From colonial subjects to post-colonial citizens? Considerations for a contemporary study of Black México Anthony Russell Jerry Third World Quarterly
Political Economy and the Tradition of Radical Black Study AJ Rice Souls
Extraordinary People: Hero Movies for African American History Month Bernard Beck Multicultural Perspectives
‘It’s just how we articulate the Blackness in us’: African American teachers, Black students, and African American Language Danielle Marie Greene Race Ethnicity and Education
The peculiarities of South African history: Thompsonian social history and the limits of colonialism Stephen Sparks Social History
Spatial mobility in later twentieth-century Britain Simon Gunn Contemporary British History
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